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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 176

Book 5: De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu

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II 176,1cineres, sic pulueres, nihil impediret. sciendum tamen, quod metallorum
73a1176,1book 54141 quod: : (73a4=176,3) [in]veniuntur: :
73a1176,1book 54144 metallorum: " (73a1=176,2) seminum: " (73a2=176,2) mensuram: "
II 176,2uel seminum uel umidorum ad mensuram uel ad pensum pertinentium
73a1176,2book 54144 humi[dorum]: .- (73a2=176,2) pensum: .-
73a2a176,273a1book 5211 [humi]dorum: innafliuchaide
73a2b176,2book 5543 (ad) mensuram: in aridis {= K 32v16 b .i. add. K}
73a2c176,2book 5543 (ad) pensum: in liquidis {= K 32v16 c .i. add. K}
II 176,3pleraque semper singularia inueniuntur, ut aurum, argentum, aes,
II 176,4plumbum, stannum, uitrum, orichalcum, electrum, triticum, eruum
73a5d176,473a2book 5211 stagnum: stán
73a5e176,473a3book 5211 auricalcum: crédume
73a6176,4book 558 (m.l.) ox (herba Ms. vel hervum gloss. F.)
II 176,5ὄρυζα, faba, lens, pisa, conchis, acetum, liquamen, mulsum,
73a6f176,573a4book 5211 abriza: díor .i. color auri. cicero {cf. K 32v17 d cic- splendor auri}
73a6g176,573a5book 5211 faba: seib
73a7h176,573a6book 5211 pissa: piss
73a7i176,5book 5214 563 conchis: genus frumenti
73a7k176,573a7book 5211 acetum: fín acat
73a7l176,573a8book 5211 liquamen: lind
73a7m176,573a9book 5211 mul[sum]: lemnach reliqua
73a8n176,5book 5215 [mul]sum: (m.l.) icidorus mulsum mel/ mixtum cum aqua
II 176,6oleum. adeo autem haec usus, non regula prohibet etiam pluralia
73a8o176,6book 53232 haec: nomina predicta
73a8p176,6book 5212 usus: .i. consuetudo
73a9176,6book 54142 4141 habere: .- (73a9=176,7) quod: .- (73a11=176,8) protulerunt: .-
II 176,7habere, quod quidam propria confisi auctoritate plurali quoque, ut dictum
73a9q176,773a10book 5211 35 quod: ol
II 176,8est, haec protulerunt numero, ut ordea, frumenta, fabae, uina, mella.
II 176,9similiter sunt quaedam semper pluralia uel natura uel usu: natura, ut
73a14r176,973a11book 5572 541 gemini: .i. castor 7 pullux ní eperr acht hilar dóib/ dogres in hilur/ da no asberr arind/ hiroṡoithe
II 176,10Gemini, proprium in signo caelesti, et Pisces, usu, ut manes, arma,
73a15s176,1073a12book 5565[?] pisces: ainm renda
73a15t176,1073a13book 5211 543 usu: .i. tre gnais aṁbuithe in hilur
II 176,11moenia, Floralia, Saturnalia, nundinae, kalendae, nonae, idus,
II 176,12Compitalia, Neptunalia et omnia paene festorum dierum nomina. sunt
II 176,13quaedam singularia uoce, intellectu pluralia, quae etiam comprehensiua
73a21u176,1373a14book 5543 comprehensiva: .i. contetarthet hilar inna ninni
73a21176,13book 54144 comprehensiva: " (73a22=176,14) [pερι]λημτιτικα: "
II 176,14dicuntur, id est περιληπτικά, ut populus, exercitus, legio; alia contra
II 176,15intellectu singularia, uoce pluralia, ut Athenae, Thebae, Mycenae,
73a24w176,15book 5561 athenae: civitas
73a24x176,15book 5561 thebae: civitas
73a24176,15book 54144 thebae: :- (73a32=176,20) thebis: :-
73a25y176,15book 5561 mecenae: civitas
73a25176,15book 54144 mecenae: .- (73a30=176,18) mecena: .-
73a25z176,15book 5561 menala: mons {= E 49v29}
73a25176,15book 54144 menala: ..- (73a32=177,2) menalus: ..-
II 176,16Maenala, Gargara, Tartara, Dindyma, Bactra. inueniuntur tamen in his
73a26aa176,16book 5561 gargara: mons {= E 49v29}
73a27bb176,16book 5561 212 [tar]tara: infernus
73a27cc176,16book 5561 dindima: mons
73a27dd176,16book 5561 bactra: civitas
II 176,17quaedam etiam singulariter prolata idem significantia. Virgilius in V:
73a29ee176,1773a15book 5211 423 idem: afolad cetna
73a29ff176,17book 552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 176,18«Argolicoue mari depressus et urbe Mycena».
73a31gg176,18book 5543 313 561 mecena: singularis vel civitas
II 176,19Statius in VIIII Thebaidos:
II 176,20«uiue superstes, ait, diraeque ad moenia Thebes /

 

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